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    This might be one of the most serious flaws in the Wild Apricot system and it seems that it has been around for a long time. The developers seem to not take this flaw seriously and as far as I can tell they have done nothing about it. This is strange since the solution of making a subset of the Events Admin designation with limited rights seems to be an easy fix. Does anyone know of a competitor MMS that does have this capability?

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    I agree with this need as all the members of a HOA should all be empowered to create events in their association. To limit it to just one person is illogical and to give everyone the much too powerful capabilities attached to the "Event Manager" designation is malpractice. As it is now the Events functionality of the website is unusable for my purpose. There have been a few work arounds published by frustrated users in the attempt to make this function work:
    1. Embed a Google calendar in the website and lose the Wild Apricot gadget. Members can add events which can then be sent to the admin for a manual entry.
    2. Subscribe to the Teamup shared calendar and embed it in the website. It also must inform the admin to do a manual event entry.
    Of course at a certain point when you find that you have to replace Wild Apricots functionality with other apps to make the site work you will eventually come to the conclusion that replacing the whole website and moving to another host is the better solution.

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    Even though it is not a direct implementation, I hope this could be helpful:

    We just launched integration with Integromat platform, which helps to build automated workflows. We also provide several templates for quick start, and one of them allows to copy google calendar events into WA events. So if you share a google calendar for events submission, then the scenario could copy submitted events into your Wild Apricot account.
    You can try this integration by this link https://www.integromat.com/en/integration/2275-copy-google-calendar-into-wild-apricot-events

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